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Exclusive: The Mighty Captain Marvel Bursts Onto the Scene With Video Spotlight Series and Music From Glass Candy

Captain Marvel is, without question, the First Lady of Marvel Comics, and with a new film coming to bring her into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the character is only going to loom larger in the years to come. Now, Marvel has given her a new solo title, as well as an awesome video series to give us more deets on one of our favorite heroines.

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#BlackComicsMonth Creator Tee Franklin, A.K.A. MizCaramelVixen, Wants Your Stories of Mental Illness For Her New Anthology

Tee Franklin, known on the interwebz as MizCaramelVixen, is all about inclusiveness in comics. As you know, she was the brains behind the popular #BlackComicsMonth initiative, which puts the spotlight on comics with black protagonists and/or with black creators (bonus points for both!). Now, she has a new focus. One that is just as near and dear to her heart: ending the stigma surrounding mental illness.

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Things We Saw Today: Captain Marvel to Be Relaunched with Margaret Stohl

Carol corps, assemble! Marvel will relaunch Captain Marvel in early 2017, written by YA author Margaret Stohl with art from Ramon Rosanas. The series will build on Captain Marvels' arc from Civil War II.

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Marvel Announces Even More YA Novels On The Way, Including Squirrel Girl!

"YA" are the two letters that also describe my feelings on this, as in YAAAAAAY.

Many more characters are being launched into the world of YA fiction thanks to Marvel, including Squirrel Girl, Rocket Raccoon and Groot, and Tony Stark.

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Black Widow: Forever Red Is the Marvel YA Adaptation You’ve Been Waiting For

Now THIS is a party. For your eyes.

As soon as it was announced that Marvel was planning to extend their sphere of influence into the YA novel realm, we were all about the news—especially once we learned that their first venture was going to feature the Black Widow herself, Natasha Romanoff.

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Things We Saw Today: President Obama Is Not Impressed

Things We Saw Today

Our President is awesome. President Obama had a photo-op with U.S. Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney, the young woman who became a meme sensation over the summer after making this face when stood on the podium to receive the silver medal on the London games. (via Yahoo)

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